Have a day to lose?

It doesn’t have much of a following yet, and I’m not thrilled with some of the formatting selections, but I have to see any way of looking at the actions of Congress that is more engaging or layman friendly than GovIt. I also think the platform has alot of potential for politicos and pundits as well. Yes, representatives don’t always keep a simple scorecard of how their constituents feel on a particular issue, but this is yet another platform for citizens to become informed AND engaged.

  1. January 28, 2009 at 4:08 am

    This is Taylor from GovIt. Glad you like the site!

    I built govit to try & help us/we/citizens have an easier and more successful way to get involved in politics. I’m tired of reading blogs/news and just getting information… I want to take action! 🙂

    Also, powerful individuals, corporations, and special interest groups have a seat at the table in DC… we need to be at the table too!

    GovIt is non-partisan, and no editorial. I don’t/wont control what bills go to the top of the page. It sorts by most recent action, but you can also sort and filter votes as you please.

    Thanks for your help spreading the word!

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